It might sound fancy, but this classic French dish is home cooking at its finest. We have several delicious coq au vin recipes from home cooks like you. Great for a dinner party, or any night of the week!
This French classic is just brilliant in the slow cooker and always comes out really well. Lots of lovely flavours and the chicken cooks perfectly. Great for a casual dinner party and best served with some potatoes and vegetables.
Recipe by: Barb
This lighter version of the great French classic, chicken in red wine sauce, is lower in fat and includes more vegetables. It just needs some crusty, rustic-style bread and perhaps a light green salad. The dish is better if made a full day ahead so the flavours can mature.
Recipe by: Maggie Pannell
A simple, yet delicious version of coq au vin. Chicken is simmered with bacon, onion and pepper in a herbed white wine. Enjoy with potatoes, rice or pasta.
Recipe by: kellllie
Coq au Vin - one of France's best known traditional dishes, and for good reason. This is easy to make and a divine winter warmer. Serve with boiled potatoes or mash, or even hand cut chips.
Recipe by: Valerie
This simple chicken and red wine dish, inspired by the French classic, is a real crowd pleaser. Feel free to add your own combination of vegetables, spices or herbs to your taste. Serve with mashed potatoes or rice.
Recipe by: Richard
It is all in the flours important to get it right. Make a bouquet garni by cutting celery sticks into 10 - 12cm lengths and tie two together with parsley,thyme and bay leaves with twine.
Recipe by: blairbunch